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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER K 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE) BASEBALL it; NATIONAL W. 76 73 7J 111, 110 L. 50 (12 62 72 70 (IS 73 72 Pet. .573 .540 .533 .478 .477 .477 .4C7 .455 Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston 6t. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Now York Mew York............ f> 3 3 Cincinnati C 12 2 Tcaroau, Barton nnd Dootn, Myers; Diilo, Schneider and Wiugo. 1 H S'ltUburg............... -'13 Alexander and Burns; Cooper and Gibson. JJoston -1 IM Cliicago.............. i> 2 I Barnes, -Hughes and Gowdy; Pierce, !v Zabel and Archer. j Brooklyn. 8t. LoillB and Miller; IEOLY1C1 CONTINUED FKOM PHONT PAGE It RACE IN II Bid Physical director Janitor t Matron........ 100.00 (Jfi.OO Frost Does Little Damage to Crops CONTINUED I'JIONT PAGE. Perfect Tea must be used for a perfectly satisfactory infusion. York 'Scpl With the last gone pieces had to be abauioMil. scries ol Uio season in Boston and Brooklyn are having a oailr litngos the .outcome -of the hot light for scmiui pnsilinn, each I a ill of the major liaseliall i Imping to make good its hold and B "mains in doubt. The olianc- then advance at the expense of tliu to favor Philadelphia in; present leaders. Adra-tisiiig SURDETT IJurdeU, Sept. Tlirrshini; will be delayed sevenil days due to the rain and snou'. Only three days' threshing has been done out. of the last 10 days, duo to weather. Campbell Bros., spring wheat av-1 53 bushels pur acre on the i rid already threshed. ICigitt cars of: have been leaded from here; V' 1. 'I'ka loivrst yield oi fliai iias been thresh- 28 bushels per E! llio rt. and Boston in the Am- the present leaders in Uiii'- i ,-t'utivo races, but everything aiAlNTIi Hoslon in tin; American league lost UglH ground during the week, but Detroit, Water by failing to make, tin; most of its Coal 01 the siiowing each makes opportunities, failed to sain much, j Laundry 3 Bailee with the teams of the o.visions now in progress, observers favor the chances liecause of the i ihey have displayed during Lhe whole season anil tlic tUc .Meanwhile C'hicago has Ijfen booming jjlonso supplies, along with a string 01 victories and j Repairs is again threatening to become a con- tender, hut has much ground to make i up. A 7fl-point leatl at tin's stage of the race is an almost to overcome. Pittsburg and St. Louis arc .'AMERICAN {Boston Detroit Chicago ''Washington New York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia Cleveland W. 8S 73 59 51 38 L. 43 48 fili 58 71 7S S4 'J4 Pet. 11 .07-1 I I .647 i .553 .454 have .shown question has arisen whe- limited pitching staff would ing it out for first place-in the Fed-: it- k i-ind the strain of the j cral league, with latter having) (o iiuish, and much was j had decidedly tins better of the week's j .lander's failure to stop I play, although the PcnnsyIranians had j in his Labor day I the advantage of position when being expressed playing period ended. possible though To I enough To. Can. Bank of Commerce j Carilslon, j lUlK UiiUSCI- for Die v.-; ;.p i, j days tin; OIK'..; r. in the clutdi of a at times has caused ice (urination ot" a 7.50 i quarter of an inch in 'Jiickrii'ss on standing 'ivatfcr in par Us. As a result the crop outlook js not so bright as some tiniL- ago. Only ripe i SALADA" Tea is the acme of perfection, being all delicious tea. Black, Mixed or Green. FOIl A PEEP AT THE SHU'S OF THi: ENEMY 198.30 j 'JO per rent, of the grain is e. (he I'-o t-Vi'irler had been over- that the Phillies' chances Humoring because of thy Total V: Ili the "American Association RCcejpts nant race Minneapolis and St. ,Paul' Loss for month still are close together in the order collapse. Three days named. The other two teams in thCj .'vt-v, Alexander-had rccov-j first division, Indianapolis and Louis-! statement of Assets lo hold the Giants' in a game on the home the idea1 that he had vilie, are third and fourth, with only! a more, points separating them ASSFTS than arc between tlic leaders. Wflshinston...... 3 1 I "I- t M Garrett, Carter and O'Neill: Hoehl-j Ing and Henry. Chicago...... Boston Scott aud Carrigan. Second game; (Boston............... Faber, Wolfgang and Schiilk; Shore and Thomas, Schalk; Lcona mm Detroit New York James aJul Stanage; sell and Nunamaker. SI. Louis Pbfllipa and McAvoy. 0 Fisher. Leary; Sheehaa and j Sept. tlie wfit'Ming match between Jack H.vlor and John Berg, which will pteee next Saturday, is dis- if there are any old eowitry- i.i Mie 'gathering the names of HI i-'sstMi, Scottish grappler, and ..'iJirUy. the Irish heavyweight, arc into th-e gabfcst. a Taylor may be a good .wirest- the. greater part to harvest. In coiiseijuencu a will he 1 Barnes Coal Co..... 17.00 frozen, the of that which is ripe and still uiicut will; likely jje considerably lowered. MAG3ATM Magrath, -Sept. Per cent, ol the grain in tins district 357.05 is in the -stock and witli a few days mnrc of dry weather the foiegosl crop the history of MagralhVill have been harvested. The recent heavy and Liabilities frosts will detract from the quality of the grain but ninety per cent, was j ripe and cut in kernel Ijciorc the cold [snap came and as a result there will be no marked difference in the total 122.00 number of bushels. The slight snow- fall of tcss than an inch did no ilam- age in the way of laying the grain SSG.OO down and the binders will be able to i along as before. Grain buyers, who know crop conditions here, es- 10.65 i timate the total yield for the dis- i trlct at slighily better than five hundred thousand bushels. Tho local offices of Strong and] to Dale BnildiDg and real eatate.... Furniture and fixtures Uoom rent due.......... Pledges on 1915 campaign (.unpaid) llnexpired insurance In account.. Current account.. In till................. Note due Association HAVE CONTRIBUTED DETT BOYS IN THE TRENCH- ES ARE ALL WELL AND UNWOUNDED Mortgage to city........ j Accrued interest to city j Notes outstanding...... Note (contingent liability) Accounts outstanding: Salaries unpaid......... Loss Cor month......... IMttsburg Chicago St.. Louis Newark Kansas City Buffalo Brooklyn Bsitiznoro 71 68 (ill 44 TJ. 5fl 04 'M 65 65 71 92 Plttsblirs............-. 7 Brooklyn Comstock arm Behr; Marion, jacket. Smith and Land, Simon. Newark......... St. Louis......... Keulbacii and HE AVillett, Groom and Hartley. Pel. .500 .523 .536 .522 .olo ,'.513. 12 0 9 i BlUc first fan Ourdett, Sept. Wednesday, Sept. 8ill tii6 ladies oi the Burdett __ Soldiers' Aid, who arc engaged in what chance would he have! Red Cross work, were busy rolling is usually the j bandages and knitting socks at the that tin: old country residence of Mrs. "Kirk-ham. This so- I cicty has been in existence a year, tlic popularity oi j during which time the sum of among the old country I has been collected, of which ACTIV'TIES OF THE' SOLDIERS (Raymond Leader.) Lieut. Taylor of .Magrath, a young' officer with a futnre that promises to he brilliant, had the honor of din- ing with Premier Bordeu during the latter's visit to England, -Magrath has just reason to 'be proud of Lieut. Taylor, -whose rise in the ranks has and no one would be j was contributed to the Red Cross phenomenal. He is a captain, in Dowler, grain merchants of Calgary, I are giving the farmers splendid se'u- j vice through their bulletined grain j quotations. These are wired, by way! of Calgary, direct from the Winnipeg I Exchange and are posted on the lo- cal boards not laler than ten or n'f- j teen minutes after they are tabled at Winnipeg. The opening anil closing figures of the eastern markets are al- ways given and yesterday not less than six quotations were bulletined. TRAVERS Travers, Alta., Sept. The Cirat frost of the season arrived last night' in this part of the world. Mr. Charter brought the first new wheat into town last Monday. It graded No. 1, and averaged 58 bushels per acre on a field of 36 aeres, mall- ing a grand total of 2088 bushels on thai: of th not lisd to settle the U! himself. But tl: Cet are that Connelly will Taylor. Taylor says that afraid of him and bases question j Calgary for hospital supplies, lie facts further sum of SS sent to fund and the so mi Lethhridge Ambulance time ago. A letter has been received by Mr. "ute upon the refusal of thei Coltman, from Lance Corp. P. E. i-jc -Irishman to conclude, any negoti- Kasterbrook, whose friends will be with him for a match. the probability of Rct- j iinj; Connelly to Calgary sometime n Taylor said "I will anyonc in CaiEarv as a pres- atson. who will _hring Connelly to this Xo other games 'scheduled. _ wrestle. ..ian .who Connell-.' The money goes to arrangements, -i mat with INTERNATIONAL Jiarrisburg 3, Buffalo 7. Harrlsburg 8, Buffalo 5. Richmond 0, .Rochester 1. Richmond 9, Rochester 2. Jersey City 0, Toronto 4. Jersey City -I, Toronto 2. Providence 6, Montreal 3. Providence Montreal 5. AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City 4, Louisville (i. Milwaukee 11. Columbus o. Milwaukee 7, Columbus 7. St. Lewis 7, Cleveland 0. Minneapolis 2, Indianapolis Innings.) iYORTIBYESTERlV Tuconia 4, Spokane 8. Vancouver 2, Seattle 4. glad to learn that he is well and cheerful. Mr. A. Abbott also reports his son Sam as well. F. H. E. Clay- don is still fit and unscathed. Messrs. Easterbi'ook and Abbott are "some- where in Belgium." F. Claydon is still on H.M..S. "Tiger" of the grand iieet. Mr. Mercer, teacher here, has just received word that his brother, John j the Canadian Axmy, but holds the rank of lieutenant in the 'British Array, in which service he now is. Corp. Bpyd of the 31st Battalion, formerly of. the Bank of Montreal staff, Magrath, is now in the-Canad- ian Camp at Folkestone. During; a re- cent furlough, he visited relatives in Glasgow, Scotland, .Private .W. Aitken, formerly of the staff, and now with the 63rd, was recently married to Miss E. Stowe of. Lethbridge. Congratula- tions. Cyrli "Williams, a Belgian boy, who formerly worked for the Knight Sugar (11 DEMAND THAT O'NEILL RESIGN Omnlia, Neb., Sept. a meat. Jng a majority of the baseball of. th'tf Xeatern. league in Oma- M, i'ijdierday afternoon, called b '.Vice-president Haijon of Sioux Cih on refusal of "-PresidentO'Neill -to ad- here to the wishes of a majority nf tho club owners to call a meeting for the purpose of discussing conditions and affairs of the clubs, it was decided to demand O'Neill's resignation a president of the league, and to elect a new president immediately. Time, however, will be" given Mr. to tender his r pu' a side )ti ner of the boui wii do the same.' NEW DIRT TRACK RC Ijincoln, Neb., Sept. new automobile record for 25 uiiles on a half-mile dirt track was established by William Endicott at the state fair grounds Saturday. Endicott's time was IS2.-17. The old record was Mercer, is m the Ulster Division ml Co, was recently wounded in Ma na- Cltchcncr's Army. Last news -was tive land, fighting against L! hey were awaiting orders to p n lift front. He also rece-iv- his cousin Major Mc- L t 'in contmg- DECISIONS MAY BE PERMITTED IN MINNESOTA Minn., Sept. B. St. -Paul, chairman of SI Pi il Thompson oi the Minnesota boxing commission, ;nced that a meeting of the com- be held for the purpose "on. the proposal to permit a i ion in legalized bouts in when a contestant is dis- fouling. in i nED MANIA VICTIM In ipoli Minn.; ;-6ept.. In Running un trials at the State grounds, at 1.45 p.m. Saturday, v Parcel I's machine was wrecked, IK was reported to be critnallly He was taken to 'the emergency r f-.i the grounds. VOLUNTEER CROP .Uta., Sept. N. got through cutting 71 t unteef wheat, which will 9u bushels per acre. Engiaim. 11 fast, Ireland, quite a boy and now hirthpiace via the Dardanelles. Firemen Fight Fierce Blaze CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. sides of the building and out over the roof. Poor Pressure The second handicap, a more seri- ous one, was a total lack of fire pressure during the fire, in 'the water mains. This prevented the .firemen from, bringing the blaze under control at once, which they undoubtedly would have been able to do had the full fire pressure been supplied. Three streams of water had playing on fire only a few minutes when something went wrong the aux- iliary pumps at the power bouse and the pressure dropped. At several stages, the pressure was scarcely strong enough to force the watec over the roof of the burning building. The regular fire pressure is.'70'lbs., THl AND KNOWN; SOFTENING WATCM-rOH MAKING SfJWtiARrHTlK ffflS? MADE. IN CANADA TOONTO ONT. MONTREAL At no time during -this morning, was the water over 42 pounds, and at OKI time it dropped to 35 pounds, as .by flic suaSc at the central 'ijre naif- and now lies at the base hospital re- cuperating. He aays the war is very- bad, and IOOKS forward to tho time when he will 'be back on the farm In Raymond. Private Arthur Fautley, who accom- first Canadian contingent, x wounded in Flanders in I'll- will -i; t.o the firing as um "V- "-sphyxiatins gasss used -by i.-o-r tas wrought havoc with his healtli. the piece. Picture shows a captive balloon on an Italian battleship '.about to: aloft for reconnaissance purposes. Captive balloons arc very useful foif observation purposes. A gasolene engine driven .dynamo that is entirely automatic in its ac- tion is attractiug attention in Eng- land. A perforated rubber fly-swatteS has been invented, having the vantage that it will not scratch Iur-3 niture. The United States produces more and soapstone than all of the rest'of the world combined. About one-eleventh of the area, of Africa, some square miles, still awaits exploration. A seismograph invented by a Jap- anese scientist registers the vitocity of earthnmifcos two, hundred fold. Service MISSANABIE (New) ..Oct. 9 METAGAMA (New) ..Oct. 16 MISSANABIE (NeW) .'Nov. 13 METAGAMA (New) ..Nov. 20 For full apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Ave. Winnipeg have experienced one of ths finest harvest seasons In many years, out shortage of hinders and repairs have .been the cause of mucti trouble and 'ielay. and scarcity of help has hindered the -work of getting the grain in stook. But the is about done now, and all is the price ot" grain, -which is very discour- aging. Many farmers are so disgust- ed with the way prices are managed that they are talking of leaving the "arm altogether. Something must be done to help the farmer, as he cannot pay his debts nnd carry the world on bis back. With the present low price of produce, he will 'he crushed out of existence, as sure as fate. There IB no doubt of the great fer- tility, and productiveness of the soil arojmd Travers. All the vegetables grown are of immense size, but it is hard to raise as they grow so fast that the heads the soil of Kansas, which a man said was BO rich that he couldn't raise pump- kins, as the vines grew so fast it wore them, all out dragging them around. MONARCH Alta., Sept. is 33 rnntud that between 90 and 95 perl cent; of the gioin in this immediate j district is cut. A j remains to be cut, and Kj completed in a d.ay or 30 orable weather, Twelve degrees of frost; corded here on the night of t1'" Lib! inst. As practically all the uncu-.- is perfectly ripe it is hoped that the amount of damage done "will be slight. From all appearances, it would seem that threshing will be completed i.i a very late date in the year. There are a certain number machines in the district, but probably, one more ma- chine, or, perhaps, two, could get plenty of work in the district. Sev- era'I of the larger farmers have very large yields, and are in a position to I keep a machine employed for a con- siderable time. I Taken as a whole, the crop in this ilistrict has been excellent this year. PINCHER CREEK Pinchor Alia., Sent. Delicious? I Should Say So! nothing in the world to com-j r pare with the subtle delicacy of The new carton package contains two more dlfirbta than formerly at the same price, 5c.